WikiLeaks Releases More Emails, Announces Roll-Out Of 'Phase Three' Of Election Coverage, Vows Clinton Arrest [Video]

Patricia Ramirez

With the general election just a little more than a week away, WikiLeaks has announced that it is soon planning to being "phase three" of its election coverage via the WikiLeaks Twitter account. What that means, precisely, no one is really sure, as WikiLeaks' announcement was fairly cryptic. However, it did include a call for donations to help keep the whistle-blowing operation up and running.

Many of the newest and most enduring WikiLeaks supporters are simply sick of the government status quo in general, and a lot of them aren't just mad at Hillary Clinton. Many of those who avidly read and support WikiLeaks don't want to see Donald Trump in the White House either. Quite a few are sick of the options that have presented themselves since the demise of the Bernie Sanders campaign and have turned to WikiLeaks in the hopes that the organization will help them vote their third-party candidate of choice into the White House.

Even without considering the potential effects of WikiLeaks launching a new phase of its Clinton attack, the race between Clinton and Trump has gotten much tighter in the last week. WikiLeaks is clearly hoping that they can help Trump secure the presidency.

While WikiLeaks and Julian Assange have targeted Hillary Clinton with extreme veracity throughout the election cycle, Assange and WikiLeaks have promised that the next "WikiLeak" will result in not just the end of Clinton's campaign, but her arrest as well. As Jamie Dupree's Washington Insider reports, Assange is claiming that the material WikiLeaks has been sitting on will lead to an indictment of Clinton.

Of course, WikiLeaks has been promising to release that kind of information for almost the entire duration of the 2016 presidential campaign, often seemingly doing nothing besides seeking attention and the letting legions of followers and supporters down when it fails to deliver.

Hillary Clinton has steadfastly contended that Russian hackers are a primary source of WikiLeaks information. WikiLeaks denies the tight connection to Russia.

What do you think? Does WikiLeaks still have time to pull off it's touted "October Surprise?" Has WikiLeaks been a major influence on the U.S. election? Do you think that WikiLeaks is trustworthy? Is it possible that WikiLeaks has information that will lead to Hillary's arrest?

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